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with this and the europeans are dealing with this, but our defense secretary called it a terrorist attack and whether we will assist and whether there will be some sort of rescue operation or. >> yeah. >> megyn: whether there already has been one. we talked in the last hour. >> that's right. >> megyn: about the conflicting reports. there was one a lot of people died. there was one, a lot of people got out. where are the americans, are they alive, dead, rescued? do we have answers to the questions? >> i've been reading this up to the minute and we don't have answers to the questions. we don't know if most of the hostages have been killed. in fact, algerian government says they now control the facility and that contradicts reports that they don't because they're holding hostages there. we really, really don't know. and we've got an unarmed drone above, sounds a lot like benghazi, we can watch it, but can't affect it. i would hope that if americans are on the ground, that we would have, are part of building a plan that would try to get them out of there that doesn't involve negotiating with groups linked d
and the republicans aren't in this mindset, either, to his defense. but it doesn't look like our leaders in washington are about to come to some kumbayah, let's washing it out moment? >> i don't think so, in the house, the caucus, half of willing to go into default. and it's like going to dinner and leave before the check comes. >> megyn: it's not just they that wracked up. >> reagan tripled the national debt and george w. bush doubled it. >> megyn: how about president obama? >> that's 60%, maybe reach bushes with the help of house republicans who aren't going to negotiate a balanced plan. the idea of threatening default is terrible. >> megyn: is that what they're threatening or a red herring, some republicans say if we have to do it we'll do it, but we're thinking we'll get to the point where there'll be government shutdown and we'll be able to pay the bills with tax income coming in at treasury and not going to do anything other than shutting down the government. that's the rift. >> to that point, it's clear the spending issue has to be dealt with at some point and the threat of default gets everyon
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